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McKenzie hits GOP campaign circuit to seek Idaho high court seat

One of the four candidates in a contested, nonpartisan race for the Idaho Supreme Court is taking a different approach to the race, campaigning almost entirely at official Republican Party …

Eye on Boise: Top Idaho officials disagree on ballot measure to amend state constitution

Idaho’s top state elected officials got into something of a debate over a proposed constitutional amendment lawmakers have approved this year for the November ballot, during last week’s state Land …

Boise’s refugee resettlement program seen as a success

The success of Boise’s refugee resettlement program has attracted international attention. German professionals, public officials and volunteers kicked off a two-day visit of Boise to learn about how the city …

Meehan: Idaho’s Sophie Hausmann, Gonzaga’s Ciera Min make first victories special

Idaho’s Sophie Hausmann and Gonzaga’s Ciera Min picked the ideal time to win their first collegiate golf tournaments.

Clearwater Paper ordered to pay $235,000 to whistleblower

A federal judge has ordered Clearwater Paper Corp. to pay a former employee $235,000 after ruling the company fired him for filing a report with a federal agency about unsafe …

Comments sought on fighting potato pest in Idaho

Federal officials are taking public comments on possible methods to deal with a microscopic pest that has infested potato fields in southeastern Idaho.

Arson destroys Bonners Ferry Catholic church

A morning explosion caused a large fire at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Bonner’s Ferry.

Women’s golf: Sophie Hausmann’s record round leads Idaho into first place at Big Sky tourney

Idaho’s Sophie Hausmann shot the lowest round in Big Sky Conference Championship history, a 7-under-par 65, to help put the Vandals in the lead after the second round at Boulder …

College sports: Four area athletes receive weekly honors

Eastern Washington senior Kaytlyn Coleman received her third consecutive athlete of the week honor Tuesday when the Big Sky Conference saluted her performance at the Mt. Sac Relays.

Mobile home park resident encounters surprise costs of moving

Virgil Edwards has labored to make his manufactured home comfortable and attractive. He puts long hours into the landscaping and whimsical décor, and figured it was worth something – a …

Sandpoint wins grant to put in Solar Roadways demo

The city of Sandpoint will start work soon on the first public pilot project with Solar Roadways Inc., the North Idaho startup that aims to transform roads, sidewalks and parking …

3 injured in fall from Coeur d’Alene building were sitting on edge

Three people injured after falling from a downtown Coeur d’Alene rooftop Saturday night had been sitting on the edge of the building with their feet hanging over the sidewalk below. …

Coeur d’Alene man pleads guilty in attack on co-worker

A Coeur d’Alene sex offender faces as much as 55 years in prison for an assault on a coworker last fall. Jason A. Edwards, 45, who worked at the Coeur …

3 injured in fall from downtown Coeur d’Alene building

Three people were injured Saturday night when they fell from a rooftop in downtown Coeur d’Alene. Two women and a man were taken to Kootenai Health after they fell about …

Blaine Bennett named interim coach at Post Falls

Blaine Bennett, who was fired after five seasons as Central Washington University’s head football, has been named Post Falls’ interim head coach.

Planned hydroplane race on Lake Coeur d’Alene canceled

Organizers have canceled the Coeur d’Alene Silver Cup H1 Unlimited Hydroplane race planned for this summer, citing an inability to raise enough money to host the race.

Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport nears money goal

The Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport is preparing for construction this summer on the realignment of its main runway and is inching closer to its high-end local match goal of $9.6 million …

‘Youth Water Summit’ focuses high school minds on water problems

Anyone who regularly cleans a fish tank will like this idea. Three juniors at Lake City High School in Coeur d’Alene are running an experiment in Jamie Elser’s environmental science …

Wild horses tamed by 4-H Club members up for adoption

Wild horses tamed by 4-H Club members will be available for adoption this weekend in Boise.

Idaho listed as possible site for nuclear waste storage

The U.S. Department of Energy lists the Idaho National Laboratory as a possible site for storing about 1,300 dump truck loads of low level radioactive waste.

Patty Duke’s memorial service to be livestreamed

Patty Duke’s memorial service will be livestreamed.

UPDATED: Wed., April 13, 2016, 11:07 a.m.

Names released in fatal weekend wreck near Rathdrum

A man who died when his pickup truck rolled early Saturday morning near Rathdrum was identified Tuesday as Brian L. Messerly, 37, of Rathdrum. His son, Kevin L. Messerly, 13, …

Jazz fest’s financial chief fired

The University of Idaho has fired the executive director of its flagship music event, the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival.

Western Montana man went missing during Idaho camping trip

Officials in northern Idaho are searching for a 64-year-old Montana man who went missing during a weekend camping trip near Grangeville.

Men arrested after abduction attempts in Idaho

Two men have been arrested after girls reported an attempted abduction in Idaho.

Police seek details on Sandpoint man found injured in roadway

The Idaho State Police is trying to learn how a 19-year-old Sandpoint man was seriously injured and left in a roadway early Monday morning. Jordan T. Williams was found unresponsive …

Plea change set in Coeur d’Alene kidnapping case

A Coeur d’Alene sex offender accused of assaulting and trying to kidnap a woman he worked with last fall may plead guilty next week. Jason A. Edwards, 45, who worked …

Education Association leader to speak on human rights in Coeur d’Alene

The director of the nation’s largest labor union will speak at the annual Human Rights Banquet in Coeur d’Alene on April 22. John Stocks has been executive director of the …

Idaho governor faces deadline to sign, veto remaining bills

Gov. Butch Otter has until the end of Friday to approve or kill any remaining bills passed by Idaho’s Republican-controlled Statehouse this year. As of Friday morning, the third-term governor …

Boise County prosecuting attorney charged with felony DUI

Boise County Prosecuting Attorney Jolene Maloney has been charged with a felony count of driving under the influence.